Learning objectives for the Navy Practical Comptrollership Course: a validation.
Hagstrom, Anne K.
Eberling, Glenn D.
McCaffery, Jerry L.
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The Navy Practical Comptroilership Course (PCC) plays a significant role in training today's Navy financial managers. This thesis examines the specific learning objectives contained in the Navy PCC syllabus to determine whether these objectives meet the needs of Navy financial managers. Using the responses from a survey which was distributed to Navy financial mangers, this thesis seeks to validate the specific learning objectives. It is concluded that the specific learning objectives are, for the most part, valid. Some proposed changes / revisions to the learning objectives are provided as an input for the course instructor Additionally, this thesis conducts a brief analysis by previous Navy PCC attendees concerning the allotment of class time to instructor lectures, guest speakers, case studies and discussion time between students.
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